Study abroad

Erasmus Study Abroad and other Study Abroad Partners

Study Computer Science in Europe

This programme enables you to spend three to twelve months of your Computer Science programme at a foreign European partner university.

Study where YOU like!

Kopenhagen – Granada – Sevilla – Madrid – Amsterdam – Oslo – Trento – Bordeaux – Bergen – Krakau – Bolzano – Ishikawa – Toronto – Omaha!

How can you profit from studying abroad?

  • full accreditation of all courses completed abroad
  • no negative impact on the duration of your study program
  • no tuition at the host institution, improved language competencies
  • improved intercultural competencies
  • contacts to universities and new friends throughout Europe
  • international networking

The ideal opportunity to study abroad

In the design of the Bachelor Curriculum the possibility of studying abroad has been taken into account – the 5th semester is free of compulsory courses.

Erasmus Information

International Relations Office

Erasmus Coordinator for Computer Science

Antonio José Rodríguez-Sánchez, PhD
Room 3N05, phone +43 (0)512 507 53270
E-Mail for all enquiries: erasmus-informatik(at)uibk.ac.at

Information and Support for Computer Science Students

Mag. Boris Puschitz
Room 3W01, phone +43 (0)512 507 53003
Here you get detailed information and support for your semester abroad

Erasmus Partner Universities of Computer Science at the University of Innsbruck

University of Helsinki http://www.helsinki.fi/yliopisto/
Università degli Studi Salerno http://www.unisa.it/
Technical University of Cluj-Napoca http://www.utcluj.ro/
Universidad de Sevilla http://www.us.es/
Universidad Complutense de Madrid http://www.ucm.es/
Université Bordeaux 1 http://www.u-bordeaux.com/
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam http://www.vu.nl/

We are also partner of

National University of Galway http://www.nuigalway.ie/

Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Ishikwawa, Japan http://www.jaist.ac.jp/

Experience Report JAIST Alumni 2017

NU: Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan http://www.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/index.html

University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Oshawa/Toronto, Kanada http://www.uoit.ca/

Experience Report of UOIT Alumni 2014/15
Experience Report of UOIT Alumni 2015/16

University of St. Petersburg http://en.ifmo.ru/en/
INNOPOLIS: Innopolis University https://university.innopolis.ru/en/

College of Information Science & Technology, Omaha, Nebraska http://www.ist.unomaha.edu/

UNO: University of New Orleans http://www.uno.edu/

Experience Report of UNO Alumni 2015/16

Good to know

Insurance Coverage

The mobility program Erasmus does not include any insurance coverage. Information on insurance coverage abroad can be obtained from your current insurance company.
For your stay abroad you must have health- accident and third party liability insurance – it is your own responsibility to take care of this matter

Recipients of federal scholarships (Studienbeihilfe)

Students, who are eligible to receive a scholarship for the stay abroad, also have to submit an application at the Studienbeihilfenbehörde (www.stipendium.at). Payment of the scholarship will be issued from this government agency.

Bank Account

You must have a domestic bank account (on your name), because all Erasmus allowances
can only be transferred to your own domestic bank account.

Preparatory Language Training in the Host Country

Before the study abroad experience starts, you have the possibility to take a preparatory language course in the host country. The duration of the course is minimum 15 days and maximum 1 month. To see whether your host institution offers such courses, please refer to the homepage of the respective partner institution.

Important Links:
Erasmus at the University of Innsbruck
National Agency for Lifelong Learning
Reports of former Erasmus Students

Universität Innsbruck